Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Christmas in my kitchen

Nope, no recipes here.  Although I do have a few special holiday recipes I'll share down the road.  Today is all about my kitchen, my holiday kitchen.

My everyday kitchen is white, with a lot of green and a little red.  So of course, it is easy to decorate for the Christmas holidays.

A Set of little Santas,
























a Santa that sings...
























Santa as cups...























Cups for Santa...

















Santas to save...























And Santas that wave...

















Here's a wish from my little red and green cottage kitchen...


















a bright and shiney holiday season to you and to yours!
























Chris at Red Gate Farm

To celebrate "red" I'm linking up to Rednesday

at It's a Very Cherry World

18 comments:

  1. Very cute vintage Christmas. I love those little Santa mugs too!

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  2. Just love it all. Again, I had those candles -that larger Santa one my mom still has ;)
    Amy

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  3. Very sweet! I have the same little Santa mugs. Just love vintage. Have a blessed day!

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  4. You are too cute! I knew your kitchen would be a place of fun and whimsy! Love what you've shared. Those red and green mugs are so cute!

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  5. I remember the candles! Also the candle huggers in the first pic are just too cute, I have angels! Lovin' your vintage linen too:@)

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  6. Your kitchen is adorable. I love all that vintage goodness. Love the red and green mugs and the santa mugs and... I could go on and on.

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  7. If that is your country home on the little picture on your blog, you have a lovely place. From your post today, you are decorating the inside very nicely. My first visit and enjoyed. I participate in Pink Saturday each week. Our hostess, Beverly, suggest we showcase a new friend. I would like to feature your blog this coming Saturday. Also, joining your other friends as a follower.

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  8. Hi Chris ... Love how you've displayed all of your Christmas items! It looks like you have a collection that has evolved and grown over time ~ everything has a vintage feel to it! Very nice!

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  9. Love all of your vintage goodness! Thanks for sharing, Nan

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  10. I love this post! What darling Santas you have, so cute. Are the ones (third photo up from the bottom) in the middle, wax? My mom had a wonderful wax (with glitter) lamb when I was little - I wasn't allowed to touch it, just gaze at it. My little girl's heart thought it was the most wonderful thing ever.

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  11. Everything is SO pretty but I am on love with that tree in the last photo!!!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

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  12. I've just spent the last few minutes reading through your blog, and now I want to read the whole thing, because I feel like I just found my long-lost twin! Your home is beautiful, and I love all of your finds. I'm a follower now!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  13. OMG!!!! This is my first time here too! Love your kitchen!!!! All those sweet vintage Santas! I have a question, where did you purchase those wonderful napkins in the one bowl? I would love to find those candy sweet CHristmas napkins. Hopefully you bought them at a chain store! :)

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  14. I want it all. I am in love with everything, in fact I am drooling. Thank you for sharing a cute post.

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  15. Everything is lovely, but I really love the Santa mugs.

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  16. these are all wonderful santa's and christmas goodies... I adore santa's especially oldies...mica

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